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Shao Zhipei's "Sound of the Golden Stone" played the Tianyi Hall 2013-04-06


The sound of the whistle, the ear of the ear, the heart of the heart, such as the yellow scorpion on the side; snoring, the long sound, long echo, like the echoes. The sound of the lost millennium echoed again in the lecture hall of the Tianyi Lecture Hall, attracting audiences to scream and cheer. On April 6th, the Tianyi Lecture Hall of the Ningbo Library was melodious. The founder of the Chinese jade instrument, senior artist Shao Zhipei, gave a lecture to the audience and showed his audience the jade instruments he made. He led the audience through time and space and felt the jade behind the instruments. The charm of ancient charm. Shao Zhipei said that the Chinese people love jade. Since ancient times, there has been a saying that "there is no stone and no stone, no music is not beautiful". The earliest jade musical instruments in China can be traced back to the Longshan civilization in the late Neolithic period. The sapphire compiled by the Tang Dynasty can be played by the ordinary people of the Tang Dynasty. The jade musical instruments have been played for thousands of years and passed down through generations. They have become an important part of Chinese musical instruments and have been widely welcomed and recognized until the Tang Dynasty was lost. Due to the turmoil of the war and the current situation, the jade musical instruments preserved in the Tang Dynasty have been difficult to trace, and now only the jade musical instruments can be found in ancient poetry. "There is still a bend in the moon, jade and tears", "Jin Jin Cui Yu, the string of Huang Yi language", "Yellow Crane Tower in the Yellow Crane Tower, Jiangcheng May Plum Blossom", through the appreciation of ancient jade musical instruments poetry, Shao Zhipei In-depth analysis of the material, tone and player form of jade instruments that have appeared in many dynasties, and pointed out that not all jade can be made into a perfect instrument, according to the principle of jade sound to determine whether the jade can be used as a musical instrument. As for the instrument, density, vibration frequency, sound wave reflection and other jade essence are the criteria for measuring whether jade can be made into a musical instrument. The jade carving, grinding technology and the understanding of the pitch are the key to the production of jade musical instruments. The investment and the long and arduous production process made Shao Lao feel "I have been developing jade musical instruments since 1982. In the 31 years since I spent more than 20 tons of jade materials, only 30 pieces of fine jade instruments have been produced. The discarded stones are piled up. It was full of a room." In the lecture, Shao Zhipei not only displayed the seven-hole jade flute, the shakuhachi and other imitation Tang Dynasty jade musical instruments, but also displayed the beautiful music on the exquisite jade instruments such as Drunken Stone and Jade Erhu collected in the Ningbo Museum. (Ningbo City Library) Speaker Profile: Shao Zhipei, founder of jade musical instruments, senior artist. On behalf of Zhejiang Province, he participated in the “Chinese Folk Art” exhibition organized by the Ministry of Culture and won the title of “Folk Folk Art”. CCTV’s “Oriental Time and Space” produced a feature film entitled “Oriental Wonders”. He was awarded the “Jinshi Stone Musical Instrument” certificate of the Great World Guinness, the Chinese Jade Culture Hundred Flowers Award, and the International Treasures Erhu Competition Gold Award. In the past 20 years, he has devoted himself to the production of various musical instruments and research on jade acoustics. He has successfully developed nearly 30 kinds of musical instruments, and summed up the unique jade sound science, which laid a solid theoretical foundation for the future production of jade musical instruments.